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Seniors, Spelling, and Sisterhood

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Will You Go to Prom With US?



The West Morris Junior Women’s Club warmly invites you to our Prom Gala, an adult glamours evening of excitement and celebration to raise funds for our mission to serve children, families, small businesses, and schools across West Morris. Friday, June 2, 2023 6:00pm-10:00pm The Black Horse Tavern Mendham, NJ Buy your tickets HERE! This event raises most of the funds we use to host our community service programs all throughout the year. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will also receive a donation from a portion of the proceeds of this event as well. The Prom is open to the public, so invite friends and family, make it a date night or a Ladies Night Out!Here’s what you can expect:


Savory tapas, wine & beer, and music in a lively environment

  • Photo booth to capture those classic “prom poses”

  • Fantastic Silent auctions and raffle items generously donated by our wonderful community.

  • Best Dressed Awards for modern and throwback prom styles


Raising money in support of important causes that make the West Morris community stronger, such as food drives with public schools, senior outreach luncheons, student scholarships, care packages for survivors of domestic abuse, and more. Black tie attire is encouraged but not required. Capacity is limited, so reserve your tickets while you still can! For more information about the Prom click HERE. Interested in sponsoring? Learn more HERE.



We Sipped, We Shopped and We Supported!


On March 23, more than 50 local women attended our third annual “women-helping-women” vendor event, Spring into Success! We host this event to provide a space to support amazingly talented female entrepreneurs who do not have traditional storefronts to sell their products and services, including local artisans, authors, beauty and wellness professionals, and more. A huge thank-you to all who participated in the event, and our generous sponsors. Because of our support, we raised enough money to fully fund our student scholarships this year.

Orchid Sponsors: Alexis N. Laufer, Esq. Family Law Attorney Hand in Hand Chiropractic Calla Lily Sponsors: Mix it Up Bake Shop Rose Sponsors: Elizabeth Johns Bridal Couture, Embodied Healing with Sayrah Garrison, In Motion Dance, Problem Solved Educational Consulting, Social Graces Wedding and Event Planning, Starfish Aquatic Club, Turpin Realtors’ Liza Saunders, Weichert Realtors’ Meredith Arena, YogaSix Chester Carnation & Sunflower Sponsors: KHH Photo Art, Lila Balloons, Linda’s Gourmet Biscotti, Tula Mind Body, Winky’s Pet Boutique


Corned Beef and Community


Each year, the West Morris Junior Women’s Club hosts a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon for the Mendham Seniors Club. It’s a fun way to build community connections across generations, and both clubs really look forward to it. A hot meal was generously provided by the Chester Diner, and the WMJWC brought drinks, desserts, and decorations. Fun conversation was had, stories and photos of family were shared, and the song McNamara's Band (sung by Bing Crosby, of course) had everyone’s Irish eyes smiling.


How Do You Spell C-H-A-M-P-I-O-N?

Congratulations to the winners of our 27th Annual Spelling Bee! On January 21, more than 40 fourth and fifth grade students from Mendham and Chester schools gathered at West Morris Mendham High School. The room was buzzing with logophiles, and after nearly 20 rounds of spelling, the top three winners emerged: 1st place: Matthias L, 4th grade, Hilltop Elementary School 2nd place: Carolina G, 5th grade, Mendham Township Middle School 3rd place: Charlotte W, 5th grade, Mendham Township Middle School We almost ran out of words! The competition was fierce, and we were all blown away by the high levels of spelling talent and sportsmanship displayed by the students. Thank you to everyone who competed and all those who made the event possible, including our WMJWC volunteers and the amazing school staff, A/V crew, facilities team, and custodians at the high school. A huge thank you to the teachers who spent months preparing their students for the competition. Where would we ‘bee’ without you all?

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“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others? Martin Luther King, Jr.

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